Quantum computing is coming this holiday season with an interactive learning platform for beginners.
Designed by Q-CTRL's team of quantum experts, Black Opal is an invaluable gift for anyone aged 16 and over interested in learning quantum computing; 70% off annual subscription + 4 months free beta access available from Black Friday weekend.
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Training for beginners in quantum computing
Just in time for the holidays, Q-CTRL's team of quantum computing experts released the first interactive e-learning platform called Black Opal for anyone interested in learning quantum computing.
Based on the laws of physics at the smallest sizes, quantum computing is expected to transform our world by enabling us to solve problems that were previously impossible in everything – from medicine and chemistry to finance,IA, etc. Simply put, quantum computing is one of the most impactful new technologies and opportunities of our time.
As transformational as it is, learning quantum computing doesn't have to be difficult. The Q-CTRL team thinks it should be fun and interactive, and designed Black Opal to be exactly that.
Accessible on any browser, Black Opal lowers the barrier to entry into a complex field by allowing users to complete practical tasks in minutes a day. It is a modern and highly intuitive learning platform that leverages visualization, interactivity and animation so anyone can apprendre quantum computing. Black Opal users are also encouraged to join an existing online community that offers them the opportunity to engage with other learners.
Black Opal is the perfect gift for tech professionals, teenage STEM enthusiasts, science fans, and self-taught people who like to stay one step ahead. This unique gift combines the fun of learning with useful, hands-on skills for beginners to advanced learners, ages 16 and up.
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"Black Opal helps anyone move from zero knowledge to programming true quantum computers without facing the barriers of formal courses“Said Michael J. Biercuk, Founder and CEO of Q-CTRL. " It supports students and professionals seeking a career in the quantum industry and provides the most curious enthusiasts with insight into true research leaders in the field. There's no better way to learn quantum computing from real experts. »
A one-year subscription to Black Opal, currently valued at $ 180, will be reduced by 70% to $ 50 around the Black Friday weekend, November 19-29, with an additional 4 months of free beta access included and immediately available; a total of 16 months of access for $ 50. As a digital gift, gift givers can also avoid expected delivery delays during the holiday season.
For more information or to purchase a Black Opal subscription for yourself, a friend or a family member, click here.
Q-CTRL is a global leader in the quantum technology industry and has assembled the largest team of expert quantum control engineers in the world. It aims to make quantum computing and other quantum technologies useful through quantum control for R&D teams and end users.
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Recognized by the biggest tech giants, universities and research laboratories. Q-CTRL's software solutions are validated to deliver 10-100-fold improvements in quantum hardware performance, including demonstrations on IBM quantum computers. Q-CTRL recently announced a partnership with Transport for NSW, providing advanced infrastructure software to transport data scientists exploring quantum computing.
Q-CTRL is funded by SquarePeg Capital, Sierra Ventures, Sequoia Capital China, Data Collective, Horizons Ventures, Main Sequence Ventures and In-Q-Tel. Q-CTRL has its international headquarters in Sydney, Los Angeles and Berlin.
Source : https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20211109005987/en/
Mike Kilroy for Q-CTRL
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